Whistling Woods International reaches the Oscar

Whistling Woods International reaches the Oscar

Three Alumni of Whistling Woods were part of the Oscar winning teams for the Oscar winner The Life of Pi.  The much acclaimed adventure drama, directed by Ang Lee, took away 4 Oscars (Best Picture, Best Cinematography Best Music and Best VFX) and had 11 nominations.Murali Krishna was a part of Claudio Miranda’s winning cinematography team and Kavan J. Ahalpara and Supreet Singh were part of the team at Rhythmn & Hues that won for…

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Whistling Woods International now spreads its base to Africa

Whistling Woods International now spreads its base to Africa

Over its six years of operations, Whistling Woods International (WWI) – a globally recognized Institute for Film, Communication, Animation & Media Arts from India, has sustained international relations with several countries across the world like Spain, Bermuda, Argentina, Australia, UK, Dubai and many more.WWI strongly encourages cross cultural exchange between film professionals across the globe and hence has several academic affiliations with reputed universities across the world to promote the same.  WWI also is the…

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Whistling Woods International’s 5th Annual Convocation Day

Whistling Woods International’s 5th Annual Convocation Day

Whistling Woods International (WWI), an Institute for Film, Communication, Animation & Media Arts Institute, celebrated its 5th Annual Convocation Ceremony today at St. Andrews in Bandra, Mumbai. 155 students have graduated from 10 disciplines this year. Prominent personalities from the film fraternity, media and entertainment and corporate world like Waheeda Rehman, Salman Khan, Ashok Mehta, Shyam Benegal, Amole Gupte, Subhash Chandra were present on this significant day to encourage the batch of young talent entering…

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Film Industry turns up in full-force to support Whistling Woods International

Film Industry turns up in full-force to support Whistling Woods International

“Whistling Woods International (WWI) is the temple, gurudwara, church and masjid of the Indian film and media industry. It cannot be allowed to suffer due to the follies of others. We wish to celebrate the vision of the film-maker Subhash Ghai and that of the Indian entertainment industry through WWI. Long Live WWI.”, said noted film-maker & VP IMPA (Indian Motion Pictures Association) Ashok Pandit. Shabana Azmi who has been on the Academic Advisory Board…

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Madhuri Dixit meets acting guru Rob Reece at Subhash Ghai’s Whistling Woods International

Madhuri Dixit meets acting guru Rob Reece at Subhash Ghai’s Whistling Woods International

Madhuri Dixit felt equally proud of Subhash Ghai when she visited his magnum opus, Asia’s best film and multimedia school – Whistling Woods International in Filmcity with 400 students today during her shoot for an ad. She was delighted to meet Rob Reece, one of the most renowned Acting Gurus from Actor’s Studio in Hollywood, who is now the Head of the Actor’s Studio at Whistling Woods International for the last two years. There was…

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MBA Students of Whistling Woods International gear up to work with NGOs

MBA Students of Whistling Woods International gear up to work with NGOs

Whistling Woods International (WWI) , Asia’s largest Film, Media and Animation Institute, held a seminar on the important role that media plays in partnering development in the NGO sector.  The seminar is a kick start to an NGO internship programme that the MBA (Media) students will undergo as a part of their curriculum at Whistling Woods International – School of Communication. The 2 year MBA in Media and Entertainment is the first media and communications…

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